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Welcome to the corridor science library, a growing collection of research publications.

Applying Nature’s Design: Corridors as a strategy for biodiversity conservation

Anthony B. Anderson and Clinton N. Jenkins

Corridor Ecology: The Science and Practice of Linking Landscapes for Biodiversity Conservation

Jodi A. Hilty, William Z. Lidicker Jr., Adina Merenlender, and Andrew P. Dobson

 

Linkages In The Landscape: The Role Of Corridors And Connectivity In Wildlife Conservation

Andrew F. Bennett

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Linking Australia’s Landscapes: Lessons and opportunities from large-scale conservation networks

James Fitzsimons, Ian Pulsford, and Geoff Wescott

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Agostinho AA, Agostinho CS, Pelicice FM, Marques EE2012Fish ladders: safe fish passage or hotspot for predation?Neotropical Ichthyologyfishdam, fish migration, fish pass, piscivores, SerrasalmusAgostinho, AA, CS Agostinho, FM Pelicice, EE Marques. 2012. Fish ladders: safe fish passage or hotspot for predation? Neotropical Ichthyology 10(4): 687-696.
Alvez JP, Schmitt Filho AL, Farley J, Alarcon G, Fantini AC2012The potential or agroecosystems to restore ecological corridors and sustain farmer livelihoods: evidence from BrazilEcological RestorationNAagroforestry, Brazil, sustainabilityAlvez, JP, AL Schmitt Filho, J Farley, G Alarcon, AC Fantini. 2012. The potential or agroecosystems to restore ecological corridors and sustain farmer livelihoods: evidence from Brazil. Ecological Restoration 30(4): 288:290.
Anderson AB, Jenkins CN2006Applying nature's design: Corridors as a strategy for biodiversity conservationNANANAAnderson, AB, and CN Jenkins. 2006. Applying nature's design: Corridors as a strategy for biodiversity conservation. Columbia University Press, New York.
Anderson MG, Ferree CE2010Conserving the stage: climate change and the geophysical underpinnings of species diversityPLoS ONENAbiodiversity, climatology, sonceration sciency, geology, latitude, metamorphic geology, species diversity, vertebratesAnderson, MG and CE Ferree. 2010. Conserving the stage: climate change and the geophysical underpinnings of species diversity. PLoS ONE 5(7): e1154.
Åstrom J, Pärt T2013Negative and matrix-dependent effects of dispersal corridors in an experimental metacommunityEcologybryophytes, microarthropodsbryophyte, dispersal corridor, disturbance, environmental quality, fragmentation, matrix quality, metacommunity, microarthropods, micro-ecosystem, oribatid mitesÅstrom J, T Pärt. 2013. Negative and matrix-dependent effects of dispersal corridors in an experimental metacommunity. Ecology 94: 72-82
Auffret AG, Cousins SAO2013Grassland connectivity by motor vehicles and grazing livestockEcographygrasseshabitat loss, functional connectivity, structural connectivity, invasive, grasses, SwedenAuffret AG and SAO Cousins. 2013. Grassland connectivity by motor vehicles and grazing livestock. Ecography 36(10): 1150-1157.
Beier P1993Determining minimum habitat areas and habitat corrridors for cougarsConservation Biologycougarscougar, population dynamics, immigration, extinction risk, stochasticity, population persistenceBeier, P. 1993. Determining minimum habitat areas and habitat corrridors for cougars. Conservation Biology 7:94-108.
Beier P, Brost B2010Use of land facets to plan for climate change: Conserving the arenas, not the actorsConservation BiologyNAadaptation, climate change, couarse-filter approach, conservation planning, ecological process, land facets, soil, topographyBeier, P, and B Brost. 2010. Use of land facets to plan for climate change: Conserving the arenas, not the actors. Conservation Biology 24:701-710.
Beier P, Gregory AJ2012Desperately seeking stable 50-year-old landscapes with patches and long, wide corridorsPLOS BiologyNApatches, corridor, citizen science, eperimental designBeier, P and AJ Gregory. 2012. Desperately seeking stable 50-year-old landscapes with patches and long, wide corridors. PLOS Biology 10 (1): e1001253.
Beier P, Majka DR, Spencer WD2008Forks in the road: Choices in procedures for designing wildland linkagesConservation BiologyNAconnectivity, linkage, reserve design, uncertainty analysis, wildlife corridorBeier, P, DR Majka, and WD Spencer. 2008. Forks in the road: Choices in procedures for designing wildland linkages. Conservation Biology 22:836-851.
Beier P, Noss RF1998Do habitat corridors provide connectivity?Conservation BiologyNAdemography, dispersal, field observations, landscape connectivity, meta-reviewBeier, P and RF Noss. 1998. Do habitat corridors provide connectivity? Conservation Biology 12: 1241-1252.
Beier P, Spencer WD, Baldwin R, McRae B2011Towards best practices for developing regional connectivity mapsConservation BiologyNAconnectivity, conservation planning, corridors, focal species, landscape conservation cooperative, wildlife linkagesBeier, P, WD Spencer, R Baldwin, and B McRae. 2011. Towards best practices for developing regional connectivity maps. Conservation Biology 25:879-892.
Beier P2012Conceptualizing and designing corridors for climate changeEcological RestorationNAadaptation strategies, climate change, connectivity, corridors, land facetsBeier P. 2012. Conceptualizing and designing corridors for climate change. Ecological Restoration 30:312-319.
Boughton DA, Pike AS2013Floodplain rehabilitation as a hedge against hydroclimatic uncertainty in a migration corridor of threatened steelheadConservation Biologyfishanadromy, ecosystem restoration, Endangered Species Act, recovery, salmonidBoughton, DA and AS Pike. 2013. Floodplain rehabilitation as a hedge against hydroclimatic uncertainty in a migration corridor of threatened steelhead. Conservation Biology 27(6): 1158-1168.
Braaker S, Ghazoul J, Obrist MK, Moretti M2014Habitat connectivity shapes urban arthropod communities - the role of green roofsEcologyarthropodsdispersal, connectivity, green roofs, arthropods, Moran eigenvector maps, spatial analysis, urban Braaker, S, J Ghazoul, MK Obrist, and M Moretti. 2014. Habitat connectivity shapes urban arthropod communities - the role of green roofs. Ecology. In press.
Brost BM, Beier P2011Use of land facets to design linkages for climate changeEcological ApplicationsNAadaptation, climate change, coarse-filter approach, connectivity, conservation planning, corridor, ecological process, land facets, topographyBrost, BM, and P Beier. 2011. Use of land facets to design linkages for climate change. Ecological Applications 22:87-103.
Brost BM, Beier P2012Comparing linkage designs based on land facets to linakge designs based on focal speciesPLoS ONENAlinkage, least-cost analysis, land facets, design, patchesBrost, BM, and P Beier. 2013. Comparing linkage designs based on land facets to linakge designs based on focal species. PLoS ONE 7(11): e48965.
Bush A, Hermoso V, Linke S, Nipperess D, Turak E, Hughes L2014Freshwater conservation planning under climate change: demonstrating proactive approaches for Australian OdonataJournal of Applied Ecologydragonflies, damselfliesconnectivity, complentarity, damselfly, dragonfly, Marxan, Odonata, prioritisation, representation, species distribution modeling systematic conservationBush, A, V Hermoso, S Linke, D Nipperess, L Hughes. 2014. Freshwater conservation planning under climate change: demonstrating proactive approaches for Australian Odonata. Journal of Applied Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12295.
Calçada EA, Closset-Kopp D, Gallet-Moron E, Lenoir J, Rêve M, Hermy M, Decocq G2013Streams are efficient corridors for plant species in forest metacommunitiesJournal of Applied Ecologyplantsdiversity, connectivity, dispersal limitation, forest herb species, habitat fragmentation, hydrochory, long-distance dispersal, plant community, species righnessCalçada EA, D Closset-Kopp, E Gallet-Moron, J Lenoir, M Rêve, M Hermy, G Decocq. 2013. Streams are efficient corridors for plant species in forest metacommunities. Journal of Applied Ecology. doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12132
Carroll C, Fredrickson RJ, Lacy RC2013Developing metapopulation connectivity criteria from genetic and habitat data to recover the endangered Mexican wolfConservation BiologywolfCanus lupus baileyi, circuit theory, conservation planning, Endangered Species Act, least-cost distance, metapopulations, population viabilityCarroll, C, RJ Fredrickson, and RC Lacy. 2013. Developing metapopulation connectivity criteria from genetic and habitat data to recover the endangered Mexican wolf. Conservation Biology.  DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12156.
Carroll C, Rohlf DJ, Li YW, Hartl B, Phillips MK, Noss RF2014Connectivity conservation and endangered species recovery: a study in the challenges of defining conservation-reliant speciesConservation LetterswolfAnthropocene, connectivity, conservation-reliant species, Endangered Species Act, gray wolf, grizzly bear, recovery planningCarroll, C, DJ Rohlf, YW Li, B Hartl, MK Phillips, RF Noss. 2014. Connectivity conservation and endangered species recovery: a study in the challenges of defining conservation-reliant species. Conservation Letters. DOI: 10.1111/conl.12102
Chen I, Hill JK,Ohlemuller R, Roy DB, Thomas CD2011Rapid range shifts of species associated with high levels of climate warmingScienceNAmeta-analysis, range shifts, latitude, elevation, climate changeChen, I, JK Hill, R Ohlemuller, DB Roy, and CD Thomas. 2011. Rapid range shifts of species associated with high levels of climate warming. Science 333:1024-1026.
Chetkiewicz CB, Boyce MS2009Use of resource selection functions to identify conservation corridorsJournal of Applied Ecologygrizzly bear, cougarconnectivity, corridor, cougar, grizzly bear, habitat selection, least-cost path, resource selection functionsChetkiewicz CB and MS Boyce. 2009. Use of resource selection functions to identify conservation corridors. Journal of Applied Ecology 46: 1036-1047.
Clevenger AP, Sawaya MA2010Piloting a non-invasive genetic sampling method for evaluating populatin-level benefits of wildlife crossing structuresEcology and Societyblack bear, grizzly bear, cougarsBanff National Park, DNA, genetics, non-invasive, road ecology, Ursus americanus, Ursus arctos, wildlife corssing structureClevenger, AP and MA Sawaya. 2010. Piloting a non-invasive genetic sampling method for evaluating populatin-level benefits of wildlife crossing structures. Ecology and Society 15:7.
Collinge SK2000Effects of grassland fragmentation on insect species loss, colonization and movement patternsEcologyinsectsanimal movement, colonization, corridors, field experiment, grasslands, habitat fragmentation, insect diversity, species loss, species richness, climate changeCollinge, SK. 2000. Effects of grassland fragmentation on insect species loss, colonization and movement patterns. Ecology 81:2211-2226.
Creech TG, Epps CW, Monello RJ, Wehausen JD2014Using network theory to prioritize management in a desert bighorn sheep metapopulationLandscape Ecologysheepcolonization, connectivity, dispersal, extinction, fragmented population, gene flow, graph theory, habitat patch, landscape resistanceCreech, TG, CW Epps, RJ Monello and JD Wehausen. 2014. Using network theory to prioritize management in a desert bighorn sheep metapopulation. Landscape Ecology 29(4): 605-619.
Crooks KR, Soulé ME1999Mesopredator release and avifaunal extinctions in a fragmented systemNaturecoyoteextinction, mesopredator release hypothesis, trophic cascades, carnivores, predator, prey, fragmentationCrooks, KR, and ME Soulé. 1999. Mesopredator release and avifaunal extinctions in a fragmented system. Nature 400:563-566.
Cushman SA, Landguth EL2012Multi-taxa connectivity in the Northern Rocky MountainsEcological Modellingblack bearconnectivity, corridor, animal movement, resistant kernel, umbrella speciesCushman SA, and EL Landguth. 2012. Multi-taxa connectivity in the Northern Rocky Mountains.  Ecological Modelling 231:101-112
Cushman SA, Landguth EL, Flather CH2013Evaluating population connectivity for species of conservation concern in the American Great PlainsBiodiversity and Conservationswift fox, lesser-prairie chicken, massasauga rattlesnakeconnectivity, resistance kernel, UNICORCushman, SA, EL Landguth, and CH Flather. 2013. Evaluating population connectivity for species of conservation concern in the American Great Plains. Biodiversity and Conservation 22(11): 2583-2605.
Damschen EI, Baker DV, Bohrer G, Nathan R, Orrock JL, Turner JR, Brudvig LA, Haddad NM, Levey DJ, Tewksbury JJ2014How fragmentation and corridors affect wind dynamics and seed dispersal in open habitatsProceedings of the National Academy of Science USAplantsdiversity, plant community, habitat structure, reserve design, long-distance dispersalDamschen, EI, DV Baker, G Bohrer, R Nathan, JL Orrock, JR Turner, LA Brudvig, NM Haddad, DJ Levey, and JJ Tewksbury. 2014. How fragmentation and corridors affect wind dynamics and seed dispersal in open habitats. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 111(9): 3484-3489.
Damschen EI, Brudvig LA, Haddad NM, Levey DJ, Orrock JL, and Tewksbury JJ2008The movement ecology and dynamics of plant communities in fragmented landscapesProceedings of the National Academy of Science USAplantscorridors, dispersal, diversity, life-hostory traits, species richness, Savannah River SiteDamschen, EI, LA Brudvig, NM Haddad, DJ Levey, JL Orrock, and JJ Tewksbury. 2008. The movement ecology and dynamics of plant communities in fragmented landscapes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 105:19078–19083.
Damschen EI, Haddad NM, Orrock JL, Tewksbury JJ, Levey DJ2006Corridors increase plant species richness at large scalesScienceplantsexotic species, Savannah River Site, biodiversity, plant communities, fragmentationDamschen, EI, NM Haddad, JL Orrock, JJ Tewksbury, and DJ Levey.  2006.  Corridors increase plant species richness at large scales.  Science 313:1284-1286.
Doerr VAJ, Barrett T, Doerr ED2011Connectivity, dispersal behaviour and conservation under climate change: a response to Hodgson et alJournal of Applied EcologyNAaggregation, behavioural ecology, connectivity conservation, corridor, fragmentation, gap-crossing, metapopulation, population viability, range shift, stepping stoneDoerr, VAJ, T Barrett, and ED Doerr. Connectivity, dispersal behaviour and conservation under climate change: a response to Hodgson et al. Journal of Applied Ecology 48:143-147.
Early R, Sax DF2011Analysis of climate paths reveals potential limitations on species range shiftsEcology LettersamphibiansAnura, assisted migration, climate variability, dispersal, fundamental and realised niche, landscape ecology, population persistence, salamander, translocationEarly, R, and DF Sax. 2011. Analysis of climate paths reveals potential limitations on species range shifts. Ecology Letters 14: 1125-1133.
Etherington TR, Holland EP2013Least-cost path length versus accumulated-cost as connectivity measuresLandscape EcologyNAaccumulated-cost, cost-distance, effective geographic distance, friction, functional distance, landscape graph, least-cost modeling, resistanceEtherington, TR and EP Holland. 2013. Least-cost path length versus accumulated-cost as connectivity measures. Landscape Ecology 28 (7):1223-1229.
Evans DM, Levey DJ, Tewskbury JJ2013Landscape corridors promote long-distance seed-dispersal by birds during winter but not during summer at an experimentally fragmented restoration siteEcological Restorationbirds, american black nightshadehabitat fragmentation, plant-animal interactions, seasonality, Solanum americanum, American black nightshadeEvans, DM, DJ Levey, and JJ Tewksbury. 2013. Landscape corridors promote long-distance seed-dispersal by birds during winter but not during summer at an experimentally fragmented restoration site. Ecological Restoration 31(1): 23-30.
Feeley KJ, Rehm EM2012Amazon's vulnerability to climate change heightened by deforestation and man-made dispersal barriersGlobal Change BiologyNAclimate change, conservation biogeography, disappearing climate, dispersal, global warming, land-use change, species migrationsFeeley, KJ and EM Rehm. 2012. Amazon's vulnerability to climate change heightened by deforestation and man-made dispersal barriers. Global Change Biology 18(12): 3606-3614.
Fernández-Chacón A, Stefanescu C, Genovart M, Nichols JD, Hines JE, Páramo F, Turco M, Oro D2013Determinants of extinction-colonization dynamics in Mediterranean butterflies: the role of landscape, climate and local habitat featuresJournal of Animal Ecologybutterfliesbiodiversity hotspot, effective precipitation, lepidoptera, monitoring scheme, occupancy dynamics, PRESENCE, spatial heterogeneity, species' guildFernández-Chacón A, C Stefanescu, M Genovart, JD Nichols, JE Hines, F Páramo, M Turco, and Doro. 2013. Determinants of extinction-colonization dynamics in Mediterranean butterflies: the role of landscape, climate and local habitat features. Journal of Animal Ecology 83: 276-285.
Fletcher RJ, Revell A, Reichert BE, Kitchens WM, Dixon JD, Austin JD2013Network modularity reveals critical scales for connectivity in ecology and evolutionNature Communicationsinsects, birds, frogs, black bearspatial scale, modularity, metapopulation, landscapeFletcher, RJ, A Revell, BE Reichert, WM Kitchens, JD Dixon, and JD Austin. 2013. Network modularity reveals critical scales for connectivity in ecology and evolution. Nature Communications 4:2572.
Ford AT, Clevenger, AP2010Validity of the prey-trap hypothesis for carnivore-ungulate interactions at wildlife-crossing structuresConservation Biologycougars, wolves, elk, deercarnivore, highway, kill sites, mitigation, road, ungulateFord, AT and AP Clevenger. 2010. Validity of the prey-trap hypothesis for carnivore-ungulate interactions at wildlife-crossing structures. Conservation Biology 24: 1679-1685.
Gilbert-Norton L, Wilson R, Stevens JR, and Beard KH2010A meta-analytic review of corridor effectivenessConservation BiologyNAconnectivity, corridors, habitat fragmentation, immigration, meta-analysisGilbert-Norton, L, R Wilson, JR Stevens, and KH Beard. 2010. A meta-analytic review of corridor effectiveness. Conservation Biology 24:660–668.
Gillies CS, St. Clair CC2008Riparian corridors enhance movement of a forest specialist bird in fragmented tropical forestProceedings of the National Academy of Sciencesbirdsanimal movement, Campylorhynchus rufinucha, habitat connectivity, hedgerows, Thamnophilus doliatusGillies CS, and CC St. Clair. 2008. Riparian corridors enhance movement of a forest specialist bird in fragmented tropical forest. Proc. Nat. Acad. of Sciences 105 (50): 19774-19779.
Gonzalez A, Lawton JH, Gilbert FS, Blackburn TM, and Evans-Freke I1998Metapopulation dynamics, abundance,and distribution in a microecosystemSciencemossmetapopulation, connectivity, rescue effectGonzalez, A, JH Lawton, FS Gilbert, TM Blackburn, and I Evans-Freke. 1998. Metapopulation dynamics, abundance,and distribution in a microecosystem. Science 281:2045–2047.
Gregory AJ, Beier P2014Response variables for evaluation of the effectiveness of conservation corridorsConservation BiologyNAanimal movement, corridor evaluation, fragmentation, gene flow, occupancyGregory, AJ, and P Beier. 2014. Response variables for evalution of the effectiveness of conservation corridors. Conservation Biology 28(3): 689-695.
Haddad NM1999Corridor and distance effects on interpatch movements: a landscape experiment with butterfliesEcological Applicationsbutterfliesbutterfly, colonization, conservation, corridors, dispersal, Euptoieta claudia, habitat fragmentation, interpatch distance, interpatch movement, Junonia coenia, landscape experiment, Savannah River SiteHaddad, NM. 1999.  Corridor and distance effects on interpatch movements: a landscape experiment with butterflies. Ecological Applications 9:612-622.
Haddad NM, Bowne DR, Cunningham A, Danielson BJ, Levey DJ, Sargent S, and Spira T2003Corridor use by diverse taxaEcologybutterflies, bees, birds, small mammalsbiodiversity, bird, butterfly,conservation, corridors, dispersal, fragmentation, frugivory, landscape experiment, movement, pollination, small mammalsHaddad, NM, DR Bowne, A Cunningham, BJ Danielson, DJ Levey, S Sargent, and T Spira. 2003. Corridor use by diverse taxa. Ecology 84:609–615.
Haddad, NM2012Connecting ecology and conservation through experimentNature MethodsNAspatial ecology, corridors, large-scale experiment, dispersalHaddad, NM.  2012.  Connecting ecology and conservation through experiment.  Nature Methods 794-795.
Hale ML, Lurz PWW, Shirley MDF, Rushton S, Fuller RM, Wolff K2001Impact of landscape management on the genetic structure of red squirrel populationsSciencered squirrelsfragmentation, genetic variation, population isolation, extinction, stepping stone, woodlandHale, ML, PWW Lurz, MDF Shirley, S Rushton, RM Fuller, K Wolff. 2001. Impact of landscape management on the genetic structure of red squirrel populations. Science 293:2246-2248.
Hannah L, Roehrdanz PR, Ikegami M, Shepard AV, Shaw MR, Tabor G, Zhi L, Marquet PA, and Hijmans RJ2013Climate change, wine, and conservationProceedings of the National Academy of Science USANAvinecology, wildlife, ecosystem servicesHannah, L, PR Roehrdanz, M Ikegami, AV Shepard, MR Shaw, G Tabor, L Zhi, PA Marquet, and RJ Hijmans. 2013. Climate change, wine, and conservation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 110(17): 6907-6912.
Heller NE, Zavaleta ES2009Biodiversity management in the face of climate change: A review of 22 years of recommendationsBiological ConservationNAconservation, adaptation, reserve planning, landscape connectivity, resilience, global warmingHeller, NE, and ES Zavaleta. 2009. Biodiversity management in the face of climate change: A review of 22 years of recommendations. Biological Conservation 142:14-32.
Hess GR, Fischer RA2001Communicating clearly about conservation corridorsLandscape and Urban PlanningNAconservation corridors, habitat fragmentation, metapopulation literatureHess, GR and RA Fischer. 2001. Communicating clearly about conservation corridors. Landscape and Urban Planning 3:195-208.
Hilty JA, Lidicker WZ, Merenlender AM2006Corridor ecology: the science and practice of linking landscapes for biodiversity conservationNANANAHilty, JA, WZ Lidicker, and AM Merenlender. 2006. Corridor ecology: the science and practice of linking landscapes for biodiversity conservation. Island Press, Washington, D.C., USA.
Hobbs RJ1992The role of corridors in conservation: solution or bandwagon?Trends in Ecology and EvolutionNAcorridors, benefits, consequencesHobbs, RJ. 1992. The role of corridors in conservation: solution or bandwagon? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 7:389-392.
Hodgson JA, Moilanen A, Wintle BA, Thomas CD2011Habitat area, quality and connectivity: striking the balance for efficient conservationJournal of Applied EcologyNAaggregation, climate change, conservation planning, corridor, landscape, matrix, uncertainty, reviewHodgson, JA, A Moilanen, BA Wintle, and CD Thomas. 2011. Habitat area, quality and connectivity: striking the balance for efficient conservation. Journal of Applied Ecology 48: 148-152.
Hodgson JA, Moilanen A, Wintle BA, Thomas CD2011Habitat area, quality and connectivity: striking the balance for efficient conservationJournal of Applied EcologyNAaggregation, climate change, conservation planning, corridor, landscape, matrix, uncertaintyHodgson, JA, A Moilanen, BA Wintle, and CD Thomas. 2011. Habitat area, quality and connectivity: striking the balance for efficient conservation. Journal of Applied Ecology 48:148-152.
Hodgson JA, Thomas CD, Cinderby S, Cambridge H, Evans P, Hill JK2011Habitat re-creation strategies for promoting adaptation of species to climate changeConservation LettersNAcolonization, habitat restoration, connectivity, corridor, habitat network, metapopulation, incidence function modelHodgson, JA, CD Thomas, S Cinderby, H Cambridge, P Evans, and JK Hill. 2011. Habitat re-creation strategies for promoting adaptation of species to climate change. Conservation Letters 4: 289-297.
Hoegh-Guldberg O, Hughes L, McIntyre S, Lindenmayer DB, Parmesan C, Possingham HP, Thomas CD2008Assisted colonization and rapid climate changeScienceNAclimate change, range shift, assisted migration, colonization, fragmentationHoegh-Guldberg, O, L Hughes, S McIntyre, DB Lindenmayer, C Parmesan, HP Possingham, and CD Thomas. 2008. Assisted colonization and rapid climate change. Science 321:345-346.
Janin A, Léna J-P, Deblois S, Joly P2012Use of stress-hormone levels and habitat selection to assess functional connectivity of a landscape for an amphibianConservation Biologytoadsagriculture, amphibian, Bufo bufo, connectivity, corticosterone, migration, salivaJanin, A, J-P Léna, S Deblois, P Joly, 2012. Use of stress-hormone levels and habitat selection to assess functional connectivity of a landscape for an amphibian. Conservation Biology 26: 923-931.
Jantz P, Goetz S, Laporte N2014Carbon stock corridors to mitigate climate change and promote biodiversity in the tropicsNature Climate ChangeNAtropics, deforestation, climate change mitigation, vegetation carbon stockJantz, P, S Goetz, N Laporte. 2014. Carbon stock corridors to mitigate climate change and promote biodiversity in the tropics. Nature Climate Change 4: 138-142.
Januchowski-Hartley SR, McIntyre PB, Diebel M, Doran PJ, Infante DM, Joseph C, Allan JD2013Restoring aquatic ecosystem connectivity requires expanding inventories of both dams and road crossingsFrontiers in Ecology and the Environmentfishrestoration, connectivity, dam, fish, road crossingJanuchowski-Hartley SR, PB McIntyre, M Diebel, PJ Doran, DM Infante, C Joseph, JD Allan. 2013. Restoring aquatic ecosystem connectivity requires expanding inventories of both dams and road crossings. Front Ecol Environ doi:10.1890/120168.
Jenkins CN, Pimm SL, Alves MAS2011How conservation GIS leads to Rio de Janeiro, BrazilNatureza & Conservaçãobirdsbiodiversity, birds, endangered, extinction, prioritiesJenkins, CN, SL Pimm, MAS Alves. 2011. How conservation GIS leads to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Natureza & Conservação 9: 152-159.doi:10.4322/natcon.2011.021.
Jenkins CN, Pimm SL, Joppa LN2013Global patterns of terrestrial vertebrate diversity and conservationsProceedings of the National Academy of SciencesNAendemism, species distributions, conservation planning, biogeographyJenkins, C, SL Pimm, LN Joppa.  2013.  Global patterns of terrestrial vertebrate diversity and conservations.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(28): E2602-E2610.
Joshi A, Vaidyanathan S, Mondol S, Edgaonkar A, Ramakrishnan U2013Connectivity of tiger (Panthera tigris) populations in the human-influenced forest mosaic of central IndiaPLoS ONEtigersprotected areas, dispersal, endangered species, genetics, urbanizationJoshi, A, S Vaidyanathan, S Mondol, A Edgaonkar, and U Ramakrishnan. Connectivity of tiger (Panthera tigris) populations in the human-influenced forest mosaic of central India. PLoS ONE 8(11): e77980.
Krosby M, Tewksbury J, Haddad NM, Hoekstra J2010Ecological connectivity for a changing climateConservation BiologyNAclimate change, connectivity, range shift, assisted migrationKrosby, M, J Tewksbury, NM Haddad, and J Hoekstra. 2010. Ecological connectivity for a changing climate. Conservation Biology 24:1686–1689.
Kujala H, Moilanen A, Araujo M, Cabeza M2013Conservation planning with uncertain climate change projectionsPLoS ONENAecological niches, biodiversity, climate change, reptiles, conservation science, climatology, amphibians, spatial distributionKujala, H, A Moilanen, M Araujo, and M Cabeza. 2013. Conservation planning with uncertain climate change projections. PLoS ONE 8(2): e53315.
Lacher I, Wilkerson M2014Wildlife connectivity approaches and best practices in US state wildlife action plansConservation BiologyNAconnectivity, conservation planning, corridor, terrestrial vertebrates, wildlife movementLacker I and M Wilkerson. 2014. Wildlife connectivity approaches and best practices in US state wildlife action plans. Conservation Biology. In press.
Landguth EL, Hand BK, Glassy J, Cushmann SA, Sawaya MA2012UNICOR: a species connectivity and corridor network simulatorEcographyNAmovement corridors, conservation planning, mapping, driver-module framework, graph theory, corridor toolLandguth, EL, BK Hand, J Glassy, SA Cushmann, MA Sawaya. 2012. UNICOR: a species connectivity and corridor network simulator. Ecography 35: 9-14.
LaPoint SP, Gallery P, Wikelski M, Kays R2013Animal behavior, cost-based corridor models, and real corridorsLandscape Ecologyfishersanimal movement, carnivore, circuit theory, connectivity, conservation, fisher, least-cost path, Martes pennantiLaPoint SP, P Gallery, M Wikelski, R Kays. 2013. Animal behavior, cost-based corridor models, and real corridors. Landscape Ecology. DOI 10.1007/s10980-013-9910-0.
Lawler JJ, Ruesch AS, Olden JD, McRae BH2013Projected climate-driven faunal movement rates.Ecology LettersNAamphibians, climate change, birds, connectivity, corridors, mammals, movement, range shiftLawler, JJ, AS Ruesch, JD Olden, BH McRae. 2013. Projected climate-driven faunal movement routes. Ecology Letters 16(8): 1014-1022.
Lawson CR, Bennie JJ, Thomas CD, Hodgson JA, Wilson RJ2012Local and landscape management of an expanding range margin under climate changeJournal of Applied Ecologybutterfliesadaptive management, butterfly ecology, conservation, distribution modelling, global warming, metapopulation dynamics, patch area, realised nicheLawson, CR, JJ Bennie, CD Thomas, JA Hodgson, and RJ Wilson. 2012. Local and landscape management of an expanding range margin under climate change. Journal of Applied Ecology 49: 552-561.
Legrand D, Guillaume O, Baguette M, Cote J, Trochet A, Calvez O, Zajitschek S, Zajitschek F, Lecomte J, Benard Q, Le Galliard J, Clobert J2012The Metatron: an experimental system to study dispersal and metaecosystems for terrestrial organismsNature Methodsbutterlies, lizardspatial ecology, corridors, large-scale experiment, dispersalLegrand, D, O Guillaume, M Baguette, J Cote, A Trochet, O Calvez, S Zajitschek, F Zajitschek, J Lecomte, Q Benard, J Le Galliard, and J Clobert. 2012. The Metatron: an experimental system to study dispersal and metaecosystems for terrestrial organisms. Nature Methods 9:828-833.
Mazaris, AD, Papanikolaou AD, Barbet-Massin M, Kallimanis AS, Jiguet F, Schmeller DS, Pantis JD2013Evaluating the connectivity of a protected area’s network under the prism of global change: the efficiency of the European Natura 2000 network for four birds of preyPLoS ONENAcentrality, climate change, climatology, Europe, land useMazaris, AD, AD Papanikolaou, M Barbet-Massin, AS Kallimanis, F Jiguet, DS Schmeller, and JD Pantis. 2013. Evaluating the connectivity of a protected area’s network under the prism of global change: the efficiency of the European Natura 2000 network for four birds of prey. PLoS ONE 8(3): e59640. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0059640
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